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Netflix: Last Week to Watch These 32 Titles

Netflix next month will add 66 new TV shows and movies to its streaming lineup. But the home video service will also drop some titles to make room for the additions.

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On May 1, in fact, Netflix will remove 32 TV shows and movies from its catalog, making this the last week to watch such popular titles as Jurassic Park, Alfie (2004 edition, pictured here) The Doors and To Catch a Thief.

Later in the month, the company will jettison 15 more titles including seasons eight through 10 of Fox’s American Dad and seasons one through three of Graceland, which aired on the USA Network.

Here is the complete list of titles that will be removed from Netflix in May:

Leaving May 1
“11 Blocks”

“Alfie” (2004 edition with Jude Law and Sienna Miller (pictured).

“Bang Bang!”
“Black Mamba: Kiss of Death”

“Fantastic Four”
“FernGully 2: The Magical Rescue”
“Flicka: Country Pride”
“Garfield’s Fun Fest”

“Jetsons: The Movie”
“Jurassic Park III”

“Jurassic Park”

“The Lost World: Jurassic Park”

“Samurai Headhunters”
“Stephen King’s Thinner”
“Tales from the Darkside: The Movie”
“The Doors”

“The Real Beauty and the Beast”
“The Seven Dwarfs of Auschwitz”
“The Sons of Katie Elder”
“The Wedding Planner”
“Things We Lost in the Fire”

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“To Catch a Thief”
“Treblinka: Hitler’s Killing Machine”
“Truly Strange”
“Turf War: Lions and Hippos”
“Van Wilder: Freshman Year”

“Venom Islands”
“World War II Spy School

Leaving May 2
“Good Luck Charlie”: Season 1–4
“Kickin’ It”: Season 1 – 3
“Scrubs”: Season 1–9

Leaving May 5
“Grosse Pointe Blank”
“The Recruit”
“What About Bob?”

Leaving May 7
“American Dad!” Season 7
“Bob’s Burgers”: Season 2

Leaving May 11
“American Dad!” Season 8

Leaving May 15
“Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown”: Season 1–5

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Leaving May 17
“American Dad!” Season 9 and 10

Leaving May 19
“Step Up”

Leaving May 26
“Graceland”: Season 1–3

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— Phillip Swann

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